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  1. Domaine de Lagoy Festejo

    A blend of the following grapes: Cinsault (70%), Marsellan (15%), Grenache (15%). Clear and brilliant colour with a tinge of peach and salmon pink. The nose expresses ripe fruit overtones – strawberry, quince – together with scattered overtones of grilled almond. A well-balanced mouth. Fruity overtones are definitely there with red currant and crystallised fruit. The finish in the mouth is all freshness

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  2. Domaine Ansen Cremant d'Alsace AOP (Extra Brut)

    A Blanc de blancs made from Pinot blanc, Auxerrois, Riesling. Fermentation was carried out in stainless steel tank. Aged for 12 months in bottle prior to release.

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  3. Domaine Ansen Cremant d'Alsace AOP (Demi Sec)

    A Blanc de blancs made from Pinot blanc, Auxerrois, Riesling. Fermentation was carried out in stainless steel tank. Aged for 12 months in bottle prior to release.

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  4. Domaine Ansen Cremant d'Alsace AOP Struch (Brut)

    A blanc de noirs made from Pinot Noir from an individual field called Struch. Fermentation was carried out in stainless steel tank. Aged for 12 months in bottle prior to release.

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  5. Champagne Girardin Cuvee Appoggiature (Brut)

    A blend of 55% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Meunier,15% Pinot Noir. Dosage of 9 g/L

    Harvest years: 85% 2009, 15% 2008. Ageing: over 24 months

    An appoggiatura, from the Italian verb appoggiare, meaning to sustain, is a melodic ornament that serves to retard a following note that requires emphasis. Appoggiature is thus the key note Champagne of the Domaine B. Girardin range. It introduces the house style, first in line with its delicately fruity flavours. Aromas of flowers, pears and white peach are conveyed by delicate and gentle bubbles, making this an ideal aperitif drink. The French horn, symbol of this cuvée, was considered, prior to the 18th century, to be the instrument of spells and bewitchments. The Appoggiature cuvée entices us to pursue the melody with the expressive cuvées Rubato, Point d’Orgue and Vibrato.

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  6. Champagne Vincent Couche Eclipsia (Brut)

    A blend of 82 % Pinot Noir, 18 % Chardonnay.

    "This is a ripe wine. Pear and quince flavors are cut by lemon zest acidity, making for a fresh, rich wine that is well balanced. From vines in the Côte des Bar in the southern Aube region of Champagne, the wine has a warm, rich while still crisp character." Wine Enthusiast 89/100

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  7. Champagne Delavenne Grand Cru Brut Reserve

    Light yellow with golden highlights. Opens up to notes of white-fleshed and dried fruits. The palate shows seductive volume, mellowness and freshness combining full body and finesse. The subtle blending of two harvests lends this champagne its wonderful balance that remains consistent from one year to the next.

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  8. Champagne Delavenne Grand Cru Brut Nature

    Forthright and pure, with abundant finesse and freshness. Floral notes, white peach and citrus. Mineral with fresh salinity.

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  9. Champagne Girardin Cuvee Rubato (Doux)

    A blend of 60% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Meunier, 10% Pinot Noir. Dosage: 120 g/L

    Ageing: more than 5 years. Harvest years: mainly 2006.

    Rubato, which means «hidden» or «secret» in Italian, signifies an instruction to accelarate certain notes and slow down others. These variations in speed of execution are applied according to the will and inspiration of the conductor or musician. The melody is thus momentarily held back and this effect, when well handled, can give a specific tonality to the rendering. The cuvée Rubato is analogous to this notion as it signifies the coming together of a wine, as a tune with its specific rhythm, and the winemaker playing the part of a musician-interpreter. Very fine bubbles almost stand still in the glass. The wine is both sweet and vibrant, showing notes of quince and green plum. This Champagne has two sides to it: its rythm is provided by the crispness of the fruit flavours and the sweetness by the winemaker. Cuvée Rubato opens up a whole new field in terms of wine & food pairing: as an aperitif with a slice of lemon, with pan-fried foie gras, or with a fruit- based dessert like apple pie. One can use its altering rythms to ring the changes! The double bass, which symbolises this cuvée Rubato, was the accompanying instrument at the time of Bach or Handel for singers who practised rubato.

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  10. Champagne Delavenne Grand Cru Brut Rosé

    Generous and vinous with aromas of red berries, baked red apples and rose petals. This Champagne is juicy and mouth-filling with baking-spicy red fruit, a creamy persistent mousse, and an elegant, mineral-laced finish.

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